In the first part of this series, I profiled books on life and living that have inspired me the most. In this second part, I cover books on learning, thinking, and decision making (more coming in the third part).
Before I begin, here’s something worth reiterating. You should not read good books for the sake of talking about them. Mentioning them by name may give you the appearance of literacy, but you do not have to read them to outshine someone else at a dinner party. Reading is a means toward living a good human life. It’s a means toward living the life of a free man/woman.
Anyways, what follows below is not an exhaustive list but is made up of books I go back to time and again, and return wiser.
Let’s start right away with my favourite books on learning, thinking, and decision making.